Fullerton College has learned of three new cases of COVID-19 on-campus in the last weekly reporting cycle.
- On Oct. 25, a student learned of their positive test results. They began experiencing symptoms on Oct. 20 and was last on campus on Oct. 20.
- On Nov. 4, an asymptomatic student learned of their positive test results from the college’s free testing check-in center. The student was last on campus on Nov. 3.
- On Oct. 24, an employee learned of their positive test results. They began experiencing symptoms on Oct. 21 and was last on campus on Oct. 20.
Fullerton College aims to release information about on-campus COVID exposures on a weekly basis if an exposure occurred in the week prior. In the event anyone is directly impacted by an exposure or a potential exposure on campus, they will receive guidance from the college before and apart from the public announcements.
Total confirmed, on-campus COVID-19 positive students since Spring 2020: 64
Mandate Took Effect Monday, Nov. 1
Students and staff on-campus must now have a verified vaccine record in myGateway or be tested weekly. Free testing is available in Building 1000, Room 1018.
How to know you are cleared to be on campus
Starting November 1, one’s mandate status is visible on myGateway. A green checkmark indicates that one is compliant with the mandate. A yellow exclamation mark indicates you are late taking your weekly test, but may still access the campus. The red X means you are not yet in compliance and cannot access the campus until you take a test.
Still waiting for a verification?
Employees and students, who are waiting for verification, will need to test starting next week. Due to the volume of uploads, we have experienced some delays in the verification process. We recognize the inconvenience and appreciate your patience.